Bob Cash.
Re: Yes Bob - Smyth and Price
Thu Aug 15, 2019 21:40

Thank you, Robert. As Woody Guthrie said, "Some people rob you wit a six-gun, others with a fountain pen", but it's hard to imagine mixing up cowboy John Ringo with lawyer John Price. Maybe the author of the piece thought he'd been robbed by Price at some point.

  • Yes Bob - Smyth and PriceRobert Buckley, Thu Aug 15 18:30
    There was a Firm called Smyth, Long and Price that sold mining supplies at Shakespeare. John E. Price was part of that Firm . Chuck Hornung , in his book , Wyatt Earp’s Cow-boy Campaign, mentions... more
    • Re: Yes Bob - Smyth and Price — Bob Cash., Thu Aug 15 21:40
      • Not a Law FirmRobert Buckley, Fri Aug 16 06:12
        The Firm of Smyth,Long and Price sold general merchandise and mining supplies. In the newspapers they were referred to as the “Firm” of Smyth , Long and Price .... So basically a General Store with a ... more
      • @BobRandolph W. Farmer, Fri Aug 16 05:41
        Interesting thought Bob - that the sheriffs deputy supposedly telling that story to the reporter would have designated a lawyer as Curly Bills second in command (lieutenant). The deputy telling this... more
        • Curly Bill and Harvey WhitehillLynn R. Bailey, Sat Aug 17 13:09
          Randy: You are right. William Graham (aka Curly Bill) had a close relationship with Harvey Whitehill, spanning years. Graham’s 1885 move to Apache County was interrupted by a letter from old friend... more
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